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Victim Location 21133
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Received call on saturday from Michael Anderson from PCH, 101 Winners circle in NY. claiming to be registered with chamber of commerce and ScamPulse.com of MD. He claimed that I won 2.5 million dollars, 2019 mercedes bens convertable and a gas card for 12 months, 99-100 % tax free. processing fee is $750.00 which must be paid upfront. He also gave me a winning claim number and a processing number USA. He told me to check them out on BBB.

Victim Location 34103
Type of a scam Phishing

google robo call arrived from cape coral Florida to cell phone and computer voice stated "we're calling about your google account"

Victim Location 93705
Type of a scam Government Grant

A woman called me saying that i was picked for a $9,200 government stimulus grant.....She gave me a claim number (MK155 )and a phone number (206)880-3328... and i was to call her management to release funds and figure out the best way for me to receive my Grant.....So i called the (206)number and a man answers and asked for man claim number(MK155)He said his name is Willams Bay and He says since i do not have a bank account that i could receive my grant through money gram.....He said i would 1st have to go to Walgreens and buy a Regeststration Card for $197 then take that to money grams and then he would release my grant and i would be reimbursed my $197 when i received my grant $9397 and he said he was not getting anything that Walgreens was getting the $197 for providing the Regeststration card

Victim Location 08820
Total money lost $300
Type of a scam Healthcare/Medicaid/Medicare

PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY TO CERTIFY YOUR SCRIBES!

This company was used for a number of years to credential scribes. They charged me $285 to take the exam and get certified in early 2018, and mentioned that recertification next year would cost $85. Without informing me first, they charged me $300 the next year (Feb 2019). I, and others, attempted to cancel our accounts. Despite getting the runaround, and receiving emails confirming their accounts were cancelled, my fellow employees are CONTINUING to be charged. Worse, the amounts seem to be random, and ever-increasing. One person was charge $400 last month, and another was charged $500 this month. Some of those being charged no longer work at the site that required the certification.

The only contact number on their website offers no help, just that my info "will be forwarded along" and I will supposedly receive an email in 1-2 weeks. If you ask to speak to a manager, they don't have one. If you ask for another number to call, they give you the same number you called. If you ask for an email, they give you an unmonitored 'donotreply' email, that tells you to email a non-existent email.

This company is 100% a scam, and they aren't ashamed of it. They have no problem charging students (who make minimum wage) exorbitant amounts of money, and offer no possibility of being refunded.

Victim Location 92021
Type of a scam Phishing

They emailed me from my *** posting. I posted something for my family who lives in New Jersey but I live out of state. They emailed from *** asking for my email cuz the lady said her husband wanted to ask me some questions about the car and he saw the listing on her phone. So I gave her the email. Then he emailed me asking what issues the car had. I replied briefly what was wrong on it. Then he emailed me this:

“I appreciate your answer, you have a really good vehicle! I am planning to get a personal loan to cover the price and I will not try to negotiate it. I will come to test it and close the deal with you in the same day with cash in hands. in order to get the money faster than usual, my loan officer is asking for the vehicle history report from I’m ready to come and talk over the details.

I also need to make sure everything is legit on the vehicle. Can you provide a current Title Report?

My loan officer has requested a report ***.

I would really feel more comfortable buying a vehicle with an official Title report.. I know that this a secure website and the report can not be modified. Let me know if you can get it.”

I didn’t reply back realizing it sounded suspicious now. I looked up on google about offering title history reports to ppl on my vehicle n found the article from bbb on this similar scam n the bad website links. I didn’t lose anything but my time because I stopped it before they could get my info or money.

Again i dont know if it matters but the posting was for New Jersey ***. But I live in another area. But any responses to the posting get sent to me

Type of a scam Identity Theft

Hello,

I received a phone call today from this number and they said they were calling from the BBB fraud department. I had something on the internet that was hacked into.

When I asked them about it in more detail they hung up. I could tell it was a scam as the line wasn't clear.

I called my Vancouver office to report it and she said to do this form.

Thank you,

***

Victim Location 44301
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I was sent a text that a survey packet would be arriving. When received to text a number so they knew it was received, then follow instructions to deposit a cashiers check into my personal account within 48 hours of text so that I would get money funds full award to that check , if not done in 48hrs it would deduct the extra money that was to be your wages. And text number given to have money would be funded to check. Then it gives instructions to go to Best Buy and purchase 4 Big summed gift cards. And once cards are received you are to submit your filled out survey, copy of receipt and pictures of each gift cards revealing numbers and silver codes scratched off. To a different number

Victim Location 28214
Type of a scam Debt Collections

Calls of legel process, no name was given, i asked who this was, the cut me off trying to get my name. Then said he did not call. Then he hung up.

Victim Location 11364
Type of a scam Phishing

Private call claiming to be the police department requesting pledges for fallen officers. They asked to mail me an envelope where I can send them the pledge. I assume it was a scam to get my voice saying "Yes" to different things. I noticed there was a delay between my answers and the next questions. I also noticed that it has the ability to recognize certain words (like "repeat" since I asked him to repeat and he did). When I asked to verify my address, the call hung up.

Victim Location 90001
Total money lost $7,500
Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

Mark *** of *** and *** *** *** is Fraud and scammer. Do not fall into their trap. This man have well planed fake strategy to close the deal. For scamming you he gives the surety of different type of marketing ways like PR, fake E-mail database etc. He will take the advance payment and than the very poor service scam will begin.

So alternatively client will not able to report or file any fraud strongly to government.

We have been hunted. do not be the next. Specially don't trust or be trapped by Mark *** gentleman type of fake voice.

Victim Location 92119
Type of a scam Family/Friend Emergency

Someone claiming to be my son called my parents to say he had been arrested for DUI in Maryland and needed $6500 for bail. They gave us a case # and a lawyer's name and it was all very convincing. Both my parents and I talked to the supposed lawyer and didn't have any idea it was fake. Luckily, we didn't pay the bail money.

Victim Location 47710
Type of a scam Phishing

I received a phone call from someone claiming to be from Social Security (833 232 1333). I realize this is a scam mainly because they called on a Sunday. They said my social account was in danger and to call them immediately to get this take care of. I did not return the call but wanted to warn others.

Victim Location 55117
Type of a scam Other

I was looking on facebook on saturday night and there was a post under work at home. For Data Entry so I told this girl that I was interested her name is LaDawnya Coleman she told me who she worked for and the company is called Synnex Corporation. Then she told me that I need to have Hang up threw Google then I would be directed to a Hiring Manager by the name of James Foltz where he asked me questions then told me that I awas hired . They would be sending me money then I would have to give it to the cerified vendor and I would receive all this equipment . They are a fake. It was surpose to be a Data Entry work at home. Becareful

Victim Location 85254
Type of a scam Phishing

Hi, I recently had a friend request from a relative i believe i was already friends with. Looks like they have copied her profile and made a duplicate profile be friending the same relatives. The profile then started messaging me regarding government grants. and was tell me to apply.

My relatives REAL account: *** Fake account: https://www.facebook.com/linda.oberg.1420/timeline?lst=652374400%3A1000386067012...

Victim Location 21044
Type of a scam Debt Collections

This loan does not exist, I consolidated my student loan in 2015 and there is no other debt for that amount on my credit report. They were unable to provide me with any other account info and I checked with the loan company and they had no record of this debt. This company continues to send me letters and harass me with out cause.

Victim Location 83338
Type of a scam Government Grant

a friend's facebook messenger was hacked. That hacker sent me a message asking if I had heard of a program called CFDA that was on CNN, that it was a "new program set up by the government in conjunction with the World Bank to help people in the society to meet up with needs, pay bills and debt and old men and women." I replied that I had never heard of such a program. The hacker replied "They are hlping the young, old, retired, disable, citizen, hard hearing, youth and workers and all qualified citizens." I asked for a screenshot of what the my friend (the hacker) was looking at. No screenshot sent back. Instead, I get the number of (510) 399-4270. And I'm told to text that number and be honest with the individual answering the texts, and to tell her that I was claiming my winnings. I asked the question of what CFDA stood for. The hacker replied "the Council of finance development agencies." I looked that up on the website, and it did not jive with what I was being told. I asked where CFDA was out of, and that's when communication stopped.

Other phrases used by the hacker:

"I am very sure the money would help you in so many ways."

"You have to text her and let her know a friend of yours told you about this program."

"This is real and liget and all you have to do now is for you to make sure you are honest with the agent."

Victim Location 94112
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I advertised a used piano and received a response from Heather *** stating its a present for her nephew. The agreement sounded acceptable up until the check was received in the mail far more than the listed price. The agreement was for the buyer to handle logistics and I would only accept the listed sale price. It got weird when the buyer pressured me to deposit immediately. Upon some research of receiving a phone text message, 2 other complaints have been filed against this number. It was a clear sign to stop but I still wanted to report the fraudulent check received in hopes the seller will be caught and no one else is victimized. The cashier’s check is indeed fake upon further inspection and it is neither cashed nor deposited.

Victim Location 95111
Type of a scam Phishing

I was working and I didnt realize someone was calling me. As I was talking to a customer just to answer their question. I hear the caller ask me "can you hear me" and undoubtedly i said yes trying to answer my customers question, which is also what the caller needed. The caller hung up immediately and disconnected the lines of service. Beware! Didnt lose any money yet but will see what happens from there.

Victim Location 55901
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Jessica contacted me to pursue a relationship. We talked for 6 months before she offered to send me some money. She said a check would be coming for me in the mail. It took some time to get to me, but I finally received it. The amount on the check was quite large and it looked odd to me compared to other checks I have seen. She said she was in Texas, a profile I discovered located her in Baltimore, the mail came from California, and the check came from a Mississippi bank. Things at this point were not adding up. As I did more research I found the house for the address to be for sale, the person owning the profile with her pictures would not respond to me as she would, and the check looked more fake as time went on. She had asked me to send some of the money to her cousin when i cash it, which raised a big red flag.

Victim Location 55901
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Jessica contacted me to pursue a relationship. We talked for 6 months before she offered to send me some money. She said a check would be coming for me in the mail. It took some time to get to me, but I finally received it. The amount on the check was quite large and it looked odd to me compared to other checks I have seen. She said she was in Texas, a profile I discovered located her in Baltimore, the mail came from California, and the check came from a Mississippi bank. Things at this point were not adding up. As I did more research I found the house for the address to be for sale, the person owning the profile with her pictures would not respond to me as she would, and the check looked more fake as time went on. She had asked me to send some of the money to her cousin when i cash it, which raised a big red flag.

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